April Snow is a soul singer and songwriter. With a classically trained cellist for a mother, and a music teacher as a father, a passion for music was a given. April began performing at 9 years old and by the age of 18 had performed in over 100 stage shows. She performed as a contralto singer in the WLCE gospel choir, directed by award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer Howard McCrary, which gave her the opportunity to perform with many talented singers, including singing back-up vocals for Chaka Khan. Presently, along with writing what she terms “Pop & Soul” songs on her piano, and performing as a vocalist with a myriad of players in Los Angeles, Snow lends her soulful voice, and songwriting talents to “Lookin’ for Trouble” blues band. She and the band were inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2013.